Scorned Former Client Of Phaedra Parks Threatens To Blow Her Up With A Bomb! #RHOA

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A man identified by multiple sources as rapper, Drama, aka Terrence Cook, has been arrested after he allegedly walked into a Peachtree Street  law office in downtown Atlanta, demanding to see Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Phaedra Parks. The man was told that he was in the wrong building, which triggered him to angrily state that he was carrying a bomb, strapped to his leg.   

A witness told TMZ after demanding to see Parks, the man said, “I’m not leaving. I’ve got a bomb.”

The reality star/lawyer does have an office on that very same street — several buildings down. Reportedly, Parks is currently not in Atlanta — she is in  Philadelphia.

Police evacuated the building, and no one was hurt. Reportedly, the police have not uncovered any evidence of a bomb. It remains unclear as to what beef the rapper has with Parks, but their connection is an interesting one.

Here’s the connection behind the alleged bomber and Phaedra

Parks defended Drama, in the wake of multiple robbery and battery charges, back in 1999. He pleaded guilty and took a deal. He was eventually busted again, and was slammed with a lengthy prison sentence in 2004.  Sarcasm reports that the rapper was released in April of last year. What amps the interest in this past client/lawyer pairing, is that Drama served as the connection between Parks and Angela Stanton.

Stanton published a book in 2012, entitled Lies of a Real Housewife: Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil. In the book, Angela claims that Phaedra Parks was the mastermind of crimes that eventually landed both Stanton and Apollo Nida, Phaedra’s future hubby, in prison. Drama was in a relationship with Stanton while Phaedra was representing him, and the women became friends. 

Angela StantonLies of a Real Housewife: Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil book cover

When Drama landed in prison for armed robbery, the friendship continued. Stanton writes that she was grateful for the friendship, but that it was puzzling to her. She described the group that she had fallen into, writing “All of us were illegal, drug dealers, drug users, prostitutes, and hustlers.”— and by Stanton’s account — Phaedra sat in the middle of that crowd.

Stanton writes about how her friendship with Parks developed and how Parks allegedly masterminded a scheme involving fraudulent insurance checks, identity theft and forgery. The release of the book triggered Parks to file a years-long defamation lawsuit, that was eventually dropped, just last month.

How this blast from the past, and obviously testy former client fits into Shady Phae’s present reality, remains a mystery.

We will continue to follow the story.


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